LAW REVISION COMMISSION

The Commission maintains the Commonwealth Code, Northern Mariana Islands Administrative Code, decisions of the CNMI judiciary, and other related legal resources.

Resources

Article IV, Section 9(c) of the CNMI Constitution mandates that the chief justice submit an annual report on the state of the judiciary. In addition to the annual report, the judiciary budget reports are available to the public. These reports enable the judiciary's mission to manifest an independent and transparent third branch of government

Court Forms

Court Forms Provided below are a list of court forms available for use. To download using Internet Explorer,…

Registration and License Fees

Vehicle and FirearmRegistration and Licensing Fees Fees for the following government services are effective June 1, 2008 pursuant…

Recorder’s Office

The Office of the Commonwealth Recorder was created in 1983 through the passage of Public law 3-64. The…

Drug Court

Drug Court conducts a presentation of its services at Kotten Tinian Established in 2015 by Public Law 19-14,…

Family Court

On June 18, 1997, the Family Court Division (FCD) was formally created within the Commonwealth Superior Court by…

Human Resources

Human Resources The Human Resources Office is responsible for providing a comprehensive human resource program that includes the…

Language Access Policy & Plan

Federal law prohibits national origin discrimination and requires federally assisted law enforcement entities, such as the Judiciary, to take reasonable steps to provide meaningful access to programs, services, and information to Limited English Proficiency (LEP) and Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) individuals. In compliance with federal law, the Language Access Plan and Policy (LAPP) is designed to provide timely, meaningful, and equal access to Judiciary programs, services, and information to LEP and DHH persons.

Since 1995, the Judiciary has taken steps to remedy the absence of these services, beginning with the professional responsibilities for Commonwealth interpreters. This policy moves a step further by promoting the accuracy and integrity of court proceedings, preserving constitutional principles of fairness and access to justice, and ensuring maximum communication between the Judiciary and members of the community with whom the Judiciary interacts.

Community Outreach